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Daily Archives: January 4, 2011
Starting in February, Green Teacher Magazine will be hosting a series of one hour webinars (online seminars) on various environmental education topics. These webinars are offered free of charge. The focus of the webinars will be on effective teaching strategies … Continue reading
Mother Nature Network has started off the new year by creating Mother Nature’s Idea Lab to encourage people to make resolutions to improve the planet. If you have an idea that would make the world a better place or you … Continue reading
Read the full story at GreenBiz. The second half of this decade has ushered in valiant experiments in consumption. There’s living off six pieces of clothing for a month. Swearing to buy nothing for a year. A year-long diet of … Continue reading
Read the full story at GreenBiz. Nordstrom, a participant in the Carbon Disclosure Project, recycles more than 80 percent of its trash and is exceeding its goals for waste and paper product management, reducing energy use and offering natural and … Continue reading
Read the full story at GreenBiz. UL Environment plans to launch an environmental product declaration program in January, a move that adds a new dimension to the organization’s green verification services by offering companies a way to provide greater product … Continue reading
Read the full story at GreenBiz. With the recent addition of recycled porcelain, ceramic tile maker Fireclay Tile has developed products with more than 70 percent recycled content.
Read the full post at Good. Maybe there’s life for print publications after all—or at least an afterlife. Nike just released the Women’s Premium Print Pack, a limited edition set of three shoe styles, all made using shredded magazines.
Read the full story at GreenBiz. Eco-conscious grocery shoppers say they remain committed to their green purchasing habits, but they’ve grown wary of “natural” labels and say there should be standards for products bearing that description. The findings are among … Continue reading
Read the full story at GreenBiz. The GreenBiz editorial staff and our hundreds of contributors write a lot of stories every year — nearly 2,200 in 2010 alone. Inevitably, some of these find a following, fanned by our newsletters, Twitter followers, RSS feeds, and LinkedIn … Continue reading
Read the full story at GreenBiz. There’s a lot to be said for viewing the year just passed through the rear-view window. Toyota’s hybrids hit the wall, so to speak, in terms of being seen as a paragon of safety. … Continue reading